Vietnam’s Ministry of Health is calling for passengers on 17 flights to contact local medical facilties for health checks, cases of novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) have been found on the flights.
The passengers are strongly advised to seek help from local Centers for Disease Control or call the ministry’s hotlines 19009095 and 19003228 for instructions to staunch COVID-19 spread.
Agents that sold air tickets for the said flights to the passengers are responsible for notifying them of these recommendations.
The full list is as follows:
– Flight EK392 of Emirates Airlines from Dubai to Ho Chi Minh City on March 15, 2020
– Flight VJ642 of Vietjet Air from Ho Chi Minh City to Da Nang on March 12, 2020
– Flight TK162 of Turkish Airlines from Istanbul to Ho Chi Minh City on March 10, 2020
– Flight MI632 of Silkair from Singapore to Da Nang on March 14, 2020
– Flight VN54 of Vietnam Airlines from London to Hanoi on March 13, 2020
– Flight SQ323 of Singapore Airlines from Amsterdam to Singapore on March 14, 2020, with a connecting flight to Vietnam
– Flight EK392 of Emirates Airlines from Dubai to Ho Chi Minh City on March 12, 2020
– Flight BR395 of Eva Air from Taiwan to Ho Chi Minh City on March 16, 2020
– Flight TG917 of Thai Airways from London to Vietnam, with transit time in Bangkok, on March 15, 2020.
– Flight TG564 of Thai Airways from Bangkok to Hanoi on March 15, 2020
– Flight SQ176 of Singapore Airlines from Singapore to Hanoi on March 15, 2020
– Flight VJ826 of Vietjet Air from Kuala Lumpur to Ho Chi Minh City on March 4, 2020
– Flight TK162 of Turkey Airlines from Istanbul to Ho Chi Minh City on March 8, 2020
– Flight QH1521 of Bamboo Airways from Ho Chi Minh City to Phu Quoc on March 9, 2020
– Flight QH1524 of Bamboo Airways from Phuc Quoc to Ho Chi Minh City on March 13, 2020
– Flight SU290 of Aeroflot from Moscow to Hanoi on March 12, 2020
– Flight QR970 of Qatar Airways from Doha to Ho Chi Minh City on March 10, 2020
Vietnam has confirmed 76 COVID-19 cases so far, 16 of whom had fully recovered and been discharged from the hospital by February 26.
Among the cases being treated, 22 are foreigners, including 13 Britons, one Irishman, two Germans, one from the Czech Republic, one Latvian, one U.S. citizen, and three French nationals.
The Southeast Asian country treats locals for free while charging foreign patients a fee for their treatment, though they are exempt from testing and isolation expenses.
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